As of 2015, Megyn Kelly is the anchor of The Kelly File on Fox News, which is ranked as the number two program in cable news. In 2014, Kelly was included on the Time 100: The Most Influential People in the World list. Kelly holds a bachelor of arts degree in Political Science from Syracuse University and her Juris Doctor degree from Albany Law School, where she served as the editor of the Albany Law Review.
The Kelly File is ranked as the number two program in cable news. The program features interviews, investigative reports and coverage of breaking news events. Before anchoring The Kelly File, Kelly anchored America Live and America's Newsroom. Kelly served as one of the moderators of the first GOP debate of the 2016 presidential election, which was the highest rated non-sports cable telecast of all time.
Prior to working at Fox News, Kelly worked as a general assignment reporter in Washington D.C. Before working in television news, Kelly was a corporate litigator for nine years at Jones Day, and she was also an associate at Bickel and Brewer LLP.
During her television news career, Kelly has provided coverage of several important events including the 2008 presidential election, the 2013 government shutdown and the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.